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The United States is at risk of a hurricane after more than 70 deaths

The United States is at risk of a hurricane after more than 70 deaths
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The risk of hurricanes and severe weather is expected this Saturday in the Middle East region of the United States. More than thirty of them were knocked down In half a dozen states in the country, there will be at least 70 people.

The hurricane forecast center said there was a risk of heavy thunderstorms until Sunday morning in parts of Ohio, Tennessee and the southeastern valleys.

The US National Weather Service (NWS) said the hazards associated with the thunderstorm were frequent lightning, strong winds, hail and some hurricanes. Storm forecast center added.

The threat of heavy thunderstorms and hurricanes in the United States ends Sunday morning. As the front moves toward the Atlantic coast, the NWS predicts.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. There will be at least 70 in Kentucky, two in Illinois, one in Arkansas and three in Tennessee, according to local officials.

More than 70 people have been killed in a hurricane in the United States

Kentucky Governor Andy Bezier said Saturday that more than 70 people had been killed in a devastating hurricane last night. And that number may have exceeded one hundred by the end of the day.

The NWS indicated that the storm was “over 250 miles in many states (including Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky).” This was tweeted by NWS in Little Rock (Arkansas). “One or more deadly hurricanes formed and significant structural damage was observed.”

If the hurricane is confirmed to have traveled 250 miles, it will become the longest recorded in the United States.

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